Joyce Wilson

Joyce Wilson teaches studio flute, is a member of the ISU Faculty Woodwind Quintet, and is principal flutist with the Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Wilson holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Oberlin College Conservatory of Music, and Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In addition to extended flute study with Robert Cole at the University of Wisconsin, she has studied with Robert Willoughby at Oberlin and with Donald Peck of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Nelson Hauenstein of the University of Michigan, and Kenton Terry of the Philadelphia Orchestra. She is the recipient of two study grants: a Kellogg Foundation Award for study at the Chautauqua Institute with James Pellerite, and a Rockefeller foundation grant for the study of new music. She has performed in the Colorado Summer Orchestra and been featured in masterclasses of Jean-Pierre Rampal, Samuel Baron and Albert Tipton. Ms. Wilson received the 2000 Educational Excellence Award from The College of Arts and Sciences, and the 2004 Caleb Mills Distinguished Teaching Award from the University.

D.M.A. & M.M., University of Wisconsin - Madison;
B.M., Oberlin College Conservatory.